Bacilli in Agrobiotechnology

Plant Stress Tolerance, Bioremediation, and Bioprospecting

Bacilli in Agrobiotechnology

Plant Stress Tolerance, Bioremediation, and Bioprospecting

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The third volume of the series 'Bacilli and Agrobiotechnology' is comprised of 25 chapters that bring a unique perspective to the readers about Bacillus-mediated biotic and abiotic plant stress tolerance, bioremediation and bioprospecting. These chapters are prepared by the leading scientists of global repute. The negative impacts of agrochemicals such as chemical fertilizers and pesticides on human health and environment are paramount. Bacillus and allied genera of beneficial plant-associated microbes are presenting beacon of hope to the farmers, plant scientists and stewards of environment.

Several chapters of this volume focus on the induction of various signaling pathways in plants by Bacillus spp. to alleviate biotic and abiotic stresses impacted by global climate change

Agricultural lands contaminated with heavy metals affect the ecological food chain starting from crop cultivation. How the toxic effects of trace metals originating from industrial effluents and agrochemicals can be remediated? This book addresses how to overcome these issues by applying elite strains of Bacillus. Bioprospecting is a systematic and organized search for conversion of bioresources to industrially important products by utilizing microbe-derived metabolites. This volume is enriched by including the bioprospecting aspects mediated by Bacillus spp. with novel insights.




<p><b>1)</b>    <b>Correlation of seed and root colonization of plants by <i>Bacillus</i> spp. with biotic and abiotic stress tolerance </b></p><p><i>Rahman, M., Miah, N. and Dudding, W. WVU Extension Service, West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV 26505, USA.</i></p><p><b>2)</b>    <b><i>Bacillus cereus</i></b><b> strain HJ-1 for remediation of dye pollutants from the environment</b></p><p><i>Liao CS, Hung CH, Chao SL. Department of Civil and Ecological Engineering, I Shou University, Kaohsiung 84001. Tiwan</i></p><p><b>3)</b>    <b><i>Bacillus</i></b><b> spp. and Their Invaluable Roles in Petroleum Hydrocarbon Bioremediation </b></p><p><i>Cindy Baburam and Naser Aliye Feto. OMICS Research Group & Facility: Department of Biotechnology, Faculty of Applied & Computer Sciences, Vaal University of Technology, Vanderbijlpark, South Africa</i>.</p><p><b>4)</b>    <b>Therapeutic and Industrial Applications of L-Asparaginase Isoforms of Bacilli origin: An Update. </b></p><p><i>Bakoena Ashton Hetsa<sup>1</sup>, Jeremy P Burton<sup>2</sup>, Naser Aliye Feto<sup>1</sup>. </i><i>OMICS Research Group & Facility: Department of Biotechnology, Faculty of Applied & Computer Sciences, Vaal University of Technology, Vanderbijlpark, South Africa. <sup>2</sup> Lawson Health Research Institute (LHRI), University of Western Ontario, Canada</i></p><p><b>5)</b>    <b>Strains of <i>Bacillus subtilis</i> for Production of Enzymes from Agroindustrial Wastes </b></p><p><i>Francisco Fábio Cavalcante Barros.</i><b> </b><i>Department of Food Science, Faculty of Food Engineering, University of Campinas, P.O. Box 6121, 13083-862 Campinas, SP, Brazil. </i></p><p><b>6)</b>    <b>P</b><b>rotease from halophilic Bacillus sp. isolated from soil: A Scale up of production in a bioreactor</b></p><p><i>Roopa Prasad; Theruvath Koshy AbrahamI; Ananthakrishnan Jayakumaran Nair. </i><i>Department of Biotechnology; University of Kerala; Kariavattom; Thiruvananthapuram - India</i></p><p><b>7)</b>    <b>Metagenomics approaches for identifying potential Bacilli from the marine environment for novel drug candidates</b></p><p><i>Zerihun T. Dame. Ambo University, Ethiopia</i></p><p><b>8)</b>    <b>Bacilli as sources of agrobiotechnology for climate resilient sustainable crop production </b></p><p><i>M. Tofazzal Islam, Musrat Zahan Surovy and Nur Uddin Mahmud. BSMR Agricultural University, Gazipur, Bangladesh</i></p><p><b>9)</b>    <b>Chemistry, biosynthesis and bioaictivities of secondary metabolites from plant associated <i>Bacillus</i> spp. </b></p><p><i>Md. Abdul Majid Mondol. School of Science and Technology, Bangladesh Open University, Gazipur, Bangladesh</i></p><p><b>10)</b> <b>Taxonomic inconsistency and correct phylogenomics of species under the genus of<i> Bacillus </i></b></p><p><i>Christopher Dunlop. USDA, Peoria, USA</i></p><p><b>11)</b> <b>Growth promoting and disease suppressing activities of <i>Bacillus amyloliquefaciens</i> in vegetable production in hydroponics system  </b></p><p><i>Michael Boehme. Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany</i></p><p><b>12)</b> <b>Bioremediation of environmental pollutants by <i>Bacillus</i> spp.</b></p><p> <i>Baljinder Singh and Kashmir Singh. </i><i>Department of Biotechnology, Panjab University, Chandigarh,</i><i>India</i></p><p><i> </i><b>13)</b> <b>Bioprospecting of hydrolytic enzymes from antagonistic <i>Bacillus</i> spp. for biodegradation of macromolecules</b></p><p><i>Naser Aliye Feto and Teboho Motloi. OMICS Research Group & Facility: Department of Biotechnology, Faculty of Applied & Computer Sciences, Vaal University of Technology, Vanderbijlpark, South Africa</i></p><p><b>14)</b> <b>Use of <i>Paenibacillus</i> Species as PGPR for Sustainable Agriculture in the Changing Climate</b></p><p><i> </i><i>Dweipayan Goswami, Pinakin Dhandhukia, and Janki N. Thakker, </i><i>Department of Biotechnology, P.D. Patel Institute of Applied</i><i>, </i><i>Sciences, Charotar University of Science and Technology, Changa, Anand, Gujarat,</i><i>India</i></p><p>15) <b><i>Bacillus</i> spp.: A Potential Plant Growth Promoting and Biocontrol Agent Under Hostile Environmental Conditions</b></p><p><i> </i><i>Dilfuza Egamberdieva. Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research (ZALF), Institute for Landscape Biogeochemistry, Müncheberg, Germany</i></p><p> 16) <b><i>Bacillus</i> spp. as biologicals for cultivation of cucumber and capsicum in hydroponics system</b></p><p><i>Zamir Punja. Simon Fraser University, Canada</i></p><p> 17) <b>Discovery of Bacilli from fish guts and their application as probiotics for green aquaculture industry</b></p><p><i> </i><i>Md. Mahbubur Rahman and Md Abdus Salam. BSMR Agricultural University, Gazipur 1706, Bangladesh</i></p><p><b> </b></p><p><b>18)</b> <b>Induced systemic resistance by novel strains of Bacillus in rice for biological control of blast fungus</b></p><p><i> </i><i>Young Ryun Chung and Mohammad Tofajjal Hossain. Division of Applied Life Science (BK21 Plus), Plant Molecular Biology and Biotechnology Research Center, Gyeongsang National University, Jinju 660-701, South Korea</i> </p><p><b>19)</b> <b>Bacilli in abiotic stress tolerance in Plants</b></p><p><i> </i><i>Antara Chatterjee, LC Rai. Center of Advanced Study in Botany, Banaras Hindu University, India</i></p><p> </p>
ISBN 978-3-030-85467-6
Artikelnummer 9783030854676
Medientyp Buch
Auflage 1st ed. 2022
Copyrightjahr 2023
Verlag Springer, Berlin
Umfang VII, 612 Seiten
Abbildungen VII, 612 p. 1 illus.
Sprache Englisch